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Why study history?

People live in the present. They plan for the 41 . History, however, is the study of the past. Given all the 42 and pressures that come from living in the present and 43 what is yet to come, why bother with what has been? Given all the available branches of knowledge, why insist C as most 44 systems do C on history? And why urge many students to study even more history than they are 45 to?

Any subject of study needs 46 : supporters must explain why it is worth 47 . Like most widely accepted 48 , history attracts people who simply 49 the information and modes of thought involved. But for people who are less interested in the subject and more 50 about why they should bother with it, a clearer explanation of its purpose is required.

51 do not perform heart transplants, improve highway design, or arrest criminals. In a society that quite correctly expects education to serve 52 purposes, historys functions can seem more difficult to 53 than those of engineering or medicine. History is in fact very useful, actually 54 , but the products of historical study are often less 55 and immediate than those of other subjects.

History helps us understand people, societies and how they 56 . For example, how can we 57 past wars (and future threats) without using historical materials? Unfortunately, major aspects of a societys operation cannot be set up as precise experiments. 58 , history must serve, however imperfectly, as our 59 , helping us understand who we are and why we do what we do. This, fundamentally, is why we cannot 60 history.

41.A. process B. result C. future D. environment

42.A. causes B. demands C. choices D. orders

43.A. avoiding B. fearing C. celebrating D. anticipating

44.A. financialB. social C. educational D. political

45.A. requiredB. invited C. forced D. permitted

46.A. direction B. exploration C. justification D. revolution

47.A. assessment B. attention C. expectation D. mention

48.A. subjects B. concepts C. topics D. concerns

49.A. provide B. receive C. share D. like

50.A. doubtfulB. worried C. thoughtfulD. certain

51.A. SupportersB. HistoriansC. Audiences D. Teachers

52.A. public B. multiple C. differentD. useful

53.A. defineB. expect C. satisfy D. ignore

54.A. optional B. attractive C. accessible D. essential

55.A. valuable B. interesting C. obvious D. instructive

56.A. imagineB. behaveC. fightD. fade

57.A. preventB. remember C. evaluate D. declare

58.A. Consequently B. Alternatively C. Fortunately D. Admittedly

59.A. libraryB. laboratoryC. clinic D. museum

60.A. make up forB. give in toC. get close to D. stay away from 

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